St. Louis, MO, September 15-16, 2017.
The Midwest Epistemology Workshop (MEW) aims to advance interest in epistemology by organizing an annual workshop for the presentation and discussion of current work in the field. MEW also aims to establish a sense of community among epistemologists in the region that stimulates new research, improves its quality, and facilitates its dissemination. To this end, the workshop will be organized to encourage as much discussion and interaction as possible among the participants. Although workshops will typically be hosted by a college or university in the Midwest, all philosophers with an interest in epistemology are invited and encouraged to attend.
Saint Louis University will be hosting the 11th annual meeting of the Midwest Epistemology Workshop on Sept 15 – Sept 16, 2017.
Keynote and other Invited Speakers
Our keynote speaker will be Katalin Farkas from Central European University.
Tim Crane, also now at Central European University, will give a second special talk this year.
Our speakers for the regular program are:
Kathryn Lindeman (Saint Louis University)
Jon Kvanvig (Washington University in St. Louis)
Bruce Russell (Wayne State)
Stephen Biggs (Iowa State)
Julianne Chung (Louisville)
There is a website for the conference as well.